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The Internet Archive offers over 15,000,000 freely downloadable books and texts. There is also a collection of 550,000 modern eBooks that may be borrowed by anyone with a free archive.org account.

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Books on Internet Archive are offered in many formats, including DAISY files intended for print disabled people.  In addition to the collections here, print disabled people may access a large collection of modern books provided as encrypted DAISY files on OpenLibrary.org. Please visit the FAQ for more information about DAISY files and how to un-encrypt them. 

Get Something Digitized
The Internet Archive also encourages libraries, content holders and the reading community at large, to have their printed materials non-destructively digitized and put online for the benefit of all. The Internet Archive has digitized over 2.1 million books and microforms. Both large and small collections of monographs, serials, archival materials, maps, diaries and photographs to name a few, can be digitized in over 33 global scanning centers found on 4 continents. For more information please visit http://archive.org/scanning.

Alternatively, our portable Table Top Scanner can also be purchased and used on-site within libraries and archives. To read more about our TT Scribe, please visit www.archive.org/details/tabletopscribesystem.

Since 2005, the Internet Archive has collaborated and built digital collections with over 1,100 Library Institutions and other content providers. Partnerships include: Boston Public Library, the Library of Congress and the Lancaster County's Historical Society. These collections are digitized from various mediatypes including: microfilm and microfiche, journals and serial publications, and a wide variety of archival material. Significant contributions have come from partners in North America (American and Canadian Libraries), Europe and Asia, representing more than 184 languages.

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The Internet Archive encourages our global community to contribute physical items, as well as uploading digital materials directly to the Internet Archive. If you have digital items that you would like to add to the Internet Archive, please Create a new item using the uploader interface. Click here to apply the specific creative commons license Creative Commons license to communicate how the material can be used.

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ENGLISH, AWARD WINNING CHILDREN'S BOOK
Topics: ENGLISH, AWARD WINNING CHILDREN'S BOOK
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by McCloskey, Robert, 1914-2003
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Little Sal and Little Bear both lose their mothers while eating blueberries and almost end up with the other's mother
Topic: Picture books
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by McCloskey, Robert, 1914-2003; Scholastic Book Services. pbl; Viking Press. pbl
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Little Sal and Little Bear both lose their mothers while eating blueberries and almost end up with the other's mother
Topics: Picture books for children, Bears, Blueberries
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by Robert McCloskey
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Topic: Bears -- Juvenile fiction
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by Robert McCloskey
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Topics: Bears -- Juvenile fiction., Blueberries -- Juvenile fiction., Mothers -- Juvenile fiction.
This article presents the top 25 best picture and chapter books according to a survey of more than 200 teachers, children's authors, and children's literature experts. Included in the top 10 picture books are: (1) "Where the Wild Things Are" by Maurice Sendak (HarperCollins); (2) "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" by Eric Carle (Penguin); (3) "The Polar Express" Chris Van Allsburg (Houghton Mifflin); (4) "Goodnight Moon" by Margaret Wise Brown (HarperCollins);...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Childrens Literature, Picture Books, Novels, Teacher Attitudes